Friday 26 July 2019

Birthday love

Happy Friday!

It is very humid weather in Delhi, so to chill my self, presenting a cool and cute card!
This is my DT project for Cut it up Challenges where the theme is critter!

I really enjoyed watercoloring on this cute Panda holding a heart-shaped balloon perfect for a clean and simple birthday card!

This cute little guy is watercolored and fussy cut ( The stamp set is a gift prize, don't know the brand name).

I created a soft red watercolor wash with some DI using the ink smooshing technique on a white glossy die-cut panel for my background.

I added a strip of washi tape on the side for that extra touch on my base panel and popped up my image on this wash top background with some splatters. Added a birthday sentiment with a Love die cut sentiment.

 Finished it off with few sequins!
I hope you just adore this cute guy who has just slid into view to show his Birthday Love, lol! Not sure what he was up too before he arrived but he does look a little mischievous!

Supply list
Cardstock: glossy white CS, black CS
Stamp: unknown
Die: Scalloped rectangles from Die cuts and more store
Archival ink: jet Black
Distress Inks: candied apple and mermaid lagoon
Acrylic Block
Washi Tape and sequins

Would love to join a few of my favourite challenges:

Thursday 25 July 2019

Wooden name plaque with a dash of nature!

Hello everyone!
Happy Thursday!

I am back with a bang after while a long break!
So excited to announce here that I am a part of Itsy Bitsy Design Team for 6 months! And This is my first DT post for them!
Every house has a story and every nameplate is the title of that story. Thus, it's imperative that your nameplate is as beautiful as the story inside. You all know my house recently had painted and I need to makeover my nameplate using some modern touch to it!
With this beautiful nameplate at your door, welcome guests and yourself with the freshness of naturesque look and the warmth of love!
As always, I hope you love what I've made......

For this home decor project, I used wooden pine plaque as the base.

The door is made out of a plywood sheet and covered it by paper with decoupage glue. And glued rooftop at the top of the door from different cardboard pieces. I applied chalk paints to these pieces.
Then added different type of moss and more naturalistic look added embossing paste to them and heat embossed them with the heat tool.

At the bottom of the plaque, I added another piece of cardboard with a lot of textures. Finally, the pretty bird attached at the roof.
Cut two holes in it to attach my planter and tied it with jute twine.

Now I gave a makeover to my old name board too, I love the desired results!

Into this.......

Lastly, a golden chain attachment helped to position the nameplate on a hook!

Finally one more look:

So, that's it from me for today and thank u so much for stopping by to say hello and for leaving your lovely comments..... I can't wait to read them! 
Hope you all have a lovely and creative day, see you soon!
Happy crafting!

All the Products used from Itsy Bitsy Store

Paper Packs: Texture Brew and Aqua Medly Paper stack
Wooden Pine Plaque
Chalk Paints: Countryside pack of 6 bottles
Tinted Metallic Paints: Carribean teal, fired brick, lime crush, mulberry glaze
Stencils: Doilu dou, script, Florence
Embossing Texture Paste: lime crush, aquatini, raspberry cooler
Sparkle Paste:
Texture Grainy paste
Mixed media Fibre Paste
Tapered cork
Texture Tack
green Moss
Handmade flowers: Dewdrops soft blue, symphony flowers classic white
Cup hooks
Braided woven cord
Decoupage glue
Acrylic soft gel medium
Deco Varnish Gloss
Camel artist's Gesso
Sponge daubers
Book rings

Would love to enter my project in the following challenges: I am inspired by all the nature elements, greenery, plants, pots, textures!
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